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This should be stopped, he had saidclarifying that he was not against English language per se For all the latest Kolkata News download Indian Express App More Related NewsNew Delhi:The BCCI continued to show defiance despite a clear verdict from the Supreme Court and needed a written directive from the Lodha Panel to go ahead with its selection committee meeting which was delayed by three hours on technical grounds The confusion started when former joint secretary Amitabh Chaudhary asked CEO Rahul Johri as to why he has not been intimated about the meeting to pick the team for the limited-overs series against England as the BCCI constitution states that only he can convene the meeting Representational image AFP The Lodha committee secretary Gopal Shankarnarayan in a clearly worded e-mail informed Johri that former joint secretary Amitabh Chaudhary "stands disqualified" in the wake of SC order on 2 and 3 January and can’t convene the selection meeting as secretary Ajay Shirke has also been sacked by apex court The e-mail sent by Shankarnarayan to Johri states: "The Committee is in receipt of your email It is clarified that MrAmitabh Chaudhary stands disqualified and is no longer the joint secretary of the BCCI or an office bearer of the BCCI or a State Association by virtue of the orders of the Supreme Court dated 212017 and 312017 "As a result he has no authority to interfere with the BCCI and it’s functioning or with the directions of this Committee Please proceed with the Selection Committee Meeting as scheduled" the email further states The Indian men’s and A team selection for the upcoming limited overs series was scheduled to start at 12:30 pm in the afternoon but everyone was in complete dark as officials stated there were logistical issues with all five selectors not having arrived At 1:33 pm after a delay of one hour from the scheduled time BCCI CEO Rahul Johri sent an e-mail to Shankarnarayan intimating him about an e-mail from Amitabh Chaudhary and seeking directive about the scheduled selection meeting "I have received an email from Mr Amitabh Choudhary the Joint Secretary of BCCI requesting that the said meetings be postponed till evening so that he can convene and attend the same "We have received differing legal advice insofar as whether a person who has completed 9 years as an office bearer of a State Association would be disqualified from being an office bearer of the BCCI in terms of the order dated 2nd January 2017 read with the order dated 3rd January 2017 and have been advised to seek a clarification from the Hon’ble Supreme Court" Johri had informed the panel secretary that Chaudhary is yet to complete nine years as an office-bearer in BCCI "Although Mr Amitabh Choudhary has completed 9 years as an office bearer of a State Association he has not completed 9 years as an office bearer of BCCI" London UK: Novak Djokovic finds himself in the role of warm-up man Friday when he takes on Richard Gasquet for a place in the Wimbledon final before ceding the spotlight to Roger Federer and Andy Murray Defending champion Djokovic will take an 11-1 record over Gasquet into his semi-final his seventh at Wimbledon and the 27th Grand Slam last-four of his career Novak Djokovic will look to reach the Wimbledon final for the second successive time AFP Photos Gasquet the 21st seed knocked out fourth seeded French Open champion Stan Wawrinka in five sets to reach his second Wimbledon semi-final — eight years after his first "Obviously an experience of being in these final stages of Wimbledon many times is going to help me to approach it in a proper way" said Djokovic the Australian Open champion and also Wimbledon winner in 2011 Djokovic’s bid for a career Grand Slam was shattered in the French Open final by Wawrinka but he now finds himself in touching distance of a fourth Wimbledon final as he looks to win a ninth Grand Slam title Gasquet’s only win over Djokovic came at the 2007 Masters Cup while he was crushed by the world number one in the fourth round of the French Open last month winning just six games Sentimental favourite Federer faces Murray for the 24th time hoping his near perfect Grand Slam grip on the Scot will steer him into a 10th Wimbledon final Second seed Federer the seven-time champion boasts a narrow 12-11 lead in his decade-long rivalry with Murray But he is 4-1 to the good at the Grand Slams including a four-set win in the 2012 Wimbledon final which delivered his 17th and most recent major title Federer at 33 and hoping to become the oldest champion of the Open Era at the All England Club also came out on top in the 2008 US Open final the 2010 Australian Open final and last year back in Melbourne in the quarter-finals Murray five years the Swiss star’s junior won their only other clash at the Grand Slams — a five-set semi-final thriller in Australia in 2013 Federer runner-up to Djokovic 12 months ago will be playing in his 10th Wimbledon semi-final and 37th at all the majors Murray the 2013 champion is in his sixth All England Club semi-final and 17th at the majors Three years on from 2012 when Federer won a seventh Wimbledon and Murray proved he could win big titles by defeating the Swiss in the Olympic final both men agree that that summer was a crucial point "There was a lot on the line with Andy I think he was going for his first Wimbledon in ’12 So obviously it was always going to be tough He had lost some majors before that (three finals in total)" said Federer "Then the Olympics was just a different vibe altogether I was a bit weathered but Andy played as good a final as you can play" The gold medal for Murray was followed by his first Grand Slam title just two months later in New York Federer has won their last three meetings including a 6-1 6-0 rout at the World Tour Finals in their most recent clash at the end of 2014 "It was embarrassing" said Murray AFP By: Express News Service | Rajkot | Published: May 14 2017 5:44 am Top News ONE-AND-A-HALF YEARS after it swept the Botad district panchayat elections it was a clean sweep for Congress-backed candidates who bagged eight seats at the Agricultural Produce Marketing Committee (APMC) elections of Botad on Sunday This gives the party an opportunity to capture power in the third-largest yard of Saurashtra after 17 years However six candidates backed by the BJP had been declared winners uncontested earlier and the saffron party may still be able to win subsequent elections for the post of president of the APMC should three nominated candidates vote for it Voting for the eight seats of farmers’ constituency was held on Friday There were 18 candidates in the fray backed by Congress or the BJP The APMC elections are not fought on symbol of any political party But major political parties field the candidates loyal to them and claim victory or concede defeat on the basis of performance of their candidates In the counting of votes undertaken on Sunday the Congress-backed candidates won all the eight seats of farmers’ constituency and inflicted a heavy defeat on the BJP In the outgoing board the BJP had six out of the eight seats in the farmers’ constituency Now the Congress has eight members in the 17-member board of Botad APMC and the party has a chance to rule the yard by pushing its candidate for president’s post after 17 years Botad is the third largest APMC in Saurashtra after Gondal and Rajkot in terms of volume of agricultural commodities traded on its yard The Sunday results proved to be a big setback to BJP which had 13 members in the outgoing board Elections are held for eight seats in the farmers’ constituency four seats for traders’ constituency and two seats of market sale and purchase cooperative unions’ constituency District agricultural officer and district registrar of cooperative societies of respective district are ex-officio members of the board Local municipality or village panchayat also nominates a member to the board of the APMC taking the total number of board members to 17 However the BJP still may manage to retain power in the APMC as the candidates backed by the saffron party has been declared winners unopposed from four seats of traders’ constituency and two seats of cooperative unions’ constituency early this month Should the nominee of the government—the district agriculture officer and district registrar of cooperatives— as well as the nominee of Botad municipality support the BJP the party could still retain power as it will have nine votes against eight of Congress at the election for the post of president Election for the post of APMC president will be held in the next few days This is yet another good performance by Congress after it snatched away Botad district panchayat from the BJP in December 2015 The party apparently rode on anti-BJP wave among Patidars prevalent at that time due to the quota agitation stir Sources alleged the police had used force against some Patidar youths who had been taken into preventive custody during Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Botad last month and that again cost the party dear Outgoing president ‘slapped’ A MAJOR tiff broke out among cooperative leaders pledging their allegiance to the BJP after the party suffered a heavy defeat in the elections to the eight seats in the farmers’ constituency of Botad APMC The outgoing president of the APMC Bhikhabhai Laniya filed a police complaint alleging that Ajit Vala and Ranjit Vala ‘slapped’ him on the yard premises on Sunday Ajit was a member of the outgoing board of APMC but was allegedly denied opportunity to seek re-election Laniya stated in his complaint that Ajit assaulted him due to a dispute over the APMC elections Based on his complaint police booked Ajit and Ranjit for voluntarily causing hurt Our nominee will still be president: BJP All the eight candidates in the farmers’ panel backed by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) lost to the Congress-backed candidates The election to the APMC farmers’ panel was held Friday result of which was declared on Saturday Reacting to the loss Sureshbhai Godhani president of Botad district BJP “Our nominee will still be the president in the new body because the BJP will still be in majority in the 17-member board” For all the latest Rajkot News download Indian Express App More Top NewsPublished: July 31 2013 12:14 am Related News The eco-restoration of Lake Pashan in Pune is a good showcase for the partnership between experts and municipal authorities Lakes in and around cities should be a major source of attraction for those living in urban areas From morning walkers to romantic couples longing to get away in a boatto the elderly who simply want to sit and watch the world go bylakes cater to us all Andof coursewhen associated with wetlandsthey provide an opportunity to make our children and grandchildren into amateur naturalists What many of us dont know is the vital role these water bodies play in maintaining the sustainability of our environment But in India we have come to dread water bodies in our cities only because instead of rainwaterit is sewage and effluents that are filling up our urban lakes and ponds Rather than controlling the rate of run-off in our citieswe find our lakes carrying the load of garbagesewage and encroachment by land grabbers It need not be that way Pune has shown the way The Pune Municipal Corporation (PMC)working closely with the Institute of Environment Education and ResearchBharati Vidyapeeth University (BVIEER)funded by the Jawaharlal Nehru National Urban Renewal Mission (JNNURM)launched an eco-restoration project that has successfully brought Lake Pashan and its surrounding wetlands back to their original glory I could share the joy as Dr Erach Bharucha gleefully informed me that in the winter of 2012-13a pair of grey herons nested successfully at Pashanafter a longlong time A surgeon by professionDr Bharucha is passionate about environmental sustainabilityand has found a second vocation as the director of BVIEER He and his team have worked closely with the PMC in restoring biodiversity in the region Pashan lake and the surrounding wetlands used to be a major attraction for bird watching The legendary Salim Ali was a frequent visitor Bird counts were regularly taken by the World Wildlife Fund and Ecological Society of Pune As late as the 1950sthe lake hosted flamingosstorksnucta ducks and a host of waders In wintermorning birds used to come to Pashan and return to the Mula-Mutha river bed (a 1 km stretch between Bund Garden and Koregaon Park) in the evening to roost on islands and rock bunds made by traditional fisherfolk The lake was created by an ancient dam across Ramnadia tributary of the Mula river of Pune city The ecosystem was an undisturbed habitat for aquatic birds with a full complement of raptorssuch as Marsh harriers and Bonellis eagles The water flowed through an extensive forested tract of babul trees and scrubland on the surrounding hills Scrubland is often looked upon as wasteland Just because it does not produce crops and does not yield revenuedoes not mean that it has no value The terrestrial babul thorn forest and scrubland had significant value for rich bird and insect life in the region The lake was the source of water to Pashan village But more importantthe wetlands helped retain water during dry periodsthus keeping the water table high and relatively stable During floodsthey reduced flood levels downstream and trapped suspended solids and nutrients in the aquatic systemthereby creating conditions of rich biodiversity Even in the early 1980sPashan was a major wintering site for waterfowl There was a precipitous drop in these visitors to the lake between 1989 and 1994 The increased human activity in and around the lakeincluding washing clothes and bathing cattletook its toll on the environment Pune also saw an investment upsurge on the western side of the city in the aftermath of the Mumbai blasts of 1992-93 The upstream debris from construction in the catchment area of Ram nala (originally Ramnadi)11 km away from the lakedestroyed the natural babul forest It added to the problem of rapid siltation and reduced the depth and water storage capacity of the lake As the lake became shallowthe fringe reed beds gave way to Ipomoea (commonly known as the besharam plantwhich wipes off everythinggrowing itself into a thick shrub)which covered about a third of the previous water spread The second half of the 1990s saw another major investment boom in Puneled by the IT Park in Hinjewadi A number of villages in Bavdhan Khadancovering an area of a little over 6 sq km on the western side of Pashanand another collection of villagescovering 84 sq km in Baner on the eastern sidewere added to the Pune municipal area in 1997 As the housing and construction boom took off just as water and sewerage infrastructure was being laidPashan lake and the wetlands were at the receiving end of these developments The debris from construction activity found its way to the lake and the wetlands With the deteriorating conditions at the lakethe movement of local birds stoppedand the region turned into only a halting or roosting site for a few migratory birds Raptors (birds of prey that sit at the apex of the food pyramid) such as Marsh harriersonce common in Pashanbecame only occasional visitors As the mud banks were lostwaders dependent on gradually tapering water levels at the periphery also abandoned the region It was then that the PMC turned its attention to Pashan to undo the damage The lake was fully drained in May 2005 with a view to dredging and removing the silt Recognising the need for scientific inputsBVIEER was requested in 2006 to prepare a full-fledged eco-restoration project for Pashan At a total cost of Rs 167 crorethe project was sanctioned under the JNNURM in 2006and the contract for implementation was given to a private companyNERILbased on competitive bidding The government of India contributed 50 per cent of the fundsthe government of Maharashtra 20 per centand the PMC30 per cent The project has been completed in six years with a close partnership in continuous monitoring of progress by the PMC and BVIEER As Mahesh Pathakmunicipal commissionerPuneput it? 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